Fresca Sangria

Rosa and Blanco Sangria from Neagles Estate

Welcome to Neagles Estate

Browse our hand-crafted wines and Fresca Sangria range from the Clare Valley, available exclusively from Neagles Estate.

Table Wines

Shiraz, Riesling, and Rosé, three great Clare Valley wines to bring you joy from summer sunsets through to warming around a winter fire.

Sangria

Fresca is Spanish for ‘refreshment’ and our Sangria delivers on its name with fun, taste and refreshment this summer.

Sparkling Wine

The essence of the Clare Valley bubbles through these delightful hand-crafted wines, from Sparkling Riesling, to Sparkling Rosé.

For a new wine business, they are one to look out for. From the sparkling rosé to the incredible sangria, watch this space. Can’t wait for the cellar door!

– From our Facebook Page

Friendly service & even better wines! Filled the rack with the Harvey’s Shiraz & looking forward to sipping some sangria in the warmer weather  New favourites for sure!

– From our Facebook Page

I just bought a 4 pack of white and red mixed Sangria Fresca from the Adelaide Show, drinking it now!!! It is by far the best Sangria I have tasted!!! Yummy!! Can’t wait to get some more!! 

– From our Facebook Page

The Neagles Estate Story

Neagles Estate is a family owned wine marketing business based in South Australia’s beautiful Clare Valley, headed up by Santo (Scaggs) Scaglione and his wife Deb.

The Scaglione’s have worked in the hospitality industry for 30 years, most notably with their award-winning luxury accommodation venue, Neagles Retreat, and The Clare Hotel.

Clare Valley is famous for its fine wine production and particularly well known for premium quality Riesling. The Neagles Estate wine portfolio includes the iconic Clare Valley Riesling along with other single vineyard varietals; and the exciting Fresca Sangria range, also created from Clare Valley fruit.

Wine Sales
Santo (Scaggs) Scaglione
0418 827 056

Sam Scaglione
0438 870 440

Office & Accommodation
Deb Scaglione
0418 842 663

info@neaglesestate.com

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